Workington Reds lost out on promotion, losing 3-2 to Salford City in the Evo-Stik playoff final.Read the full story ›
Torrential rain in the run up to today's crucial play off game between Salford City and Workington Reds.Read the full story ›
Kick-off is at 3pm in Workington Reds' Evo-Stik League Northern Premier play off final.
The West Cumbrian side have travelled to Salford City for a chance for promotion to Conference North.
Take a trip down memory lane and watch our full report of Workington Reds' last playoff promotion.
Back in 2005 they were promoted to the Conference North... cue pitch invasion:
Tomorrow (3pm Saturday 30 April) Workington Reds take on Salford City FC in the Evo-Stik League Northern Premier.
Workington Reds have made it to the playoffs in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League.
They did it in style by earning a five nil win over Buxton last weekend, and will travel to Blyth Spartans on Tuesday for the playoff semi final.
It was one of the final home games for Kyle May, Workington Reds' longest serving player, who is retiring at the end of the season.
Absolutely delighted to be honest with you. More so for the lads than myself. It was a bit emotional, it being the last game, but obviously it isn't the last game anymore.
I have a lot of memories from Borough Park, a lot of good ones, so hopefully we can make some more in next couple of games.
The club's opting for continuity, with Derek Townsley making the step from assistant manager, to manager.Read the full story ›
The dust is settling on a chaotic week at Borough Park.
Workington AFC lost their manager and their Chairman in the last seven days.
They play Telford at home tomorrow and the Reds have appointed a new chairman, but they're still looking for a new manager.
The new Chairman of Workington Football Club wants to see them back in the football league in a few years time - but first they have to forget about the last few days.
Businessman Glenn Heathcote finds himself in charge at Borough park after a chaotic week that saw both the manager and the Chairman resign in unusual circumstances.
Simon O'Rourke reports.
Humphrey Dobie is to step down as chairman of Workington FC after seven years in the position.
The news was announced at the shareholder's AGM at Borough Park on Monday 9 December.
Mr Dobie became a director at the club in 2000, taking the role as chairman in October 2006.
Glenn Heathcote is to take over the role.